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We had a fantastic time meeting many of the people driving telecommunications in the Asia region at CommunicAsia in Singapore this year. The Victorian Pavilion was visited by Minister for Innovation, Small Trade and Business Phillip Dalidakis, who met with...
M2M One had a great time participating in CeBIT Australia this year - a worldwide event recognised as the place to be for tech innovation. CeBIT took place at the Sydney Olympic Park Showgrounds on 2-4 May. As well as exhibiting, M2M One, in conjunction with Ken Hosac...
Last week PTC held Thing Event an hour long webcast to display some of their new innovations in the Internet of Things (IoT) space using one of their recent acquisitions Augmented Reality (AR) company Vuforia, a business they acquired from Qualcomm back in November....
Our general manager, James Mack & Bill Zhou from M2M Connectivity took some time out after the YOW Connected trade show to talk to Patrick Catanzariti from Dev Diner about designing a product and building a business around The Internet of Things.
Read the full interview over at Dev Diner – http://devdiner.com/interviews/building-iot-with-m2m-one-m2m-connectivity
Alright so we’re a couple of weeks into 2016 so I think I’m still within the prediction grace period? If you haven’t already you can read my review of 2015 on our blog and see how my predictions from 2015 stacked up.
Last year I was fairly bullish on specific change, and that didn’t really pan out for me… This year I’m going with slightly broader strokes.
So here are my predictions for things we can expect to see in M2M/IoT in 2016, have at it:
At the start of 2015 I offered up a list of 5 predictions for the future of M2M & IoT, as they say hindsight is 20/20 and looking back at them now I think I might have been a little too hasty/optimistic with some… 2015 turned out to be a less progressive year than expected, but bullish in terms of funding and overall dollars going in to the IoT ecosystem.
Let’s take a quick look back at my predictions and see how they panned out…
Wishing all of you a very Merry Christmas - M2M One
This week we’re doing something a little different – We wanted to reach out to other businesses in the M2M/IoT ecosystem and get their opinions and tips on the industry. The first cab off the rank is M2M Connectivity, a specialist M2M hardware provider offering a range of products designed to help people build their ideal M2M product. With all the talk of 2G shutting down (read our blog) and companies deciding to make the jump to 3G or LTE we wanted to get some technical perspectives on LTE and the different flavors available.
This weeks blog post is designed to give you an overview of the current state of 2G/GSM networks around the world and more specifically in Australia.
We give you some advice on upgrade paths for 3G or 4G/LTE and some of the factors that have contributed to 2G having such a prominent position in the M2M/IoT space.
This series of blog posts is designed to pass on some M2M 101 style tips to developers looking to get into the space.
This week we give some tips to businesses, developers and distributors who are looking to build or import an M2M/IoT solution for use in our backyard, the Australian marketplace.